James Melville, Jr., who represents the US in Estonia, is leaving the job. Mr. Melville does not agree with President Trump's attacks on countries that are friendly to the US.
A train company in Japan has created a Hello Kitty Train that they hope will make more people want to travel. The special pink bullet train started running yesterday.
In December, 2014, Japan launched a rocket to send its spacecraft, Hayabusa2, into space. The Hayabusa2 has finally arrived near the asteroid it was sent to study.
A teenager was able to make life easier for a blind and deaf man recently by speaking to him in sign language on a long flight across the country.
Justice Anthony Kennedy has said that he is leaving the Supreme Court. President Trump will now get to choose another judge for the most powerful court in the US.
Starting Sunday, Saudi Arabian women were finally allowed to drive. They have been fighting for that right for almost 30 years, but many people say it's not enough.
Christo, who is famous for creating huge works of art, has used 7,506 oil barrels to make a floating piece of art which weighs more than a million pounds.
Koko, a gorilla who learned to speak with signs and made the world look at animals in a different way, has died. She was 46 years old when she died.
In November, voters in California will decide if their state should split into three separate states. A rich businessman had the idea and he is paying to try and pass it.
Algeria is turning off the Internet as students begin to take their final high school tests. The country wants to keep the students from sharing test questions over the Internet.